HTC recently released the official update to Android 2.3.3 “Gingerbread” for their popular Desire smartphone. The update doesn’t get pushed to users over-the-air the way they usually do, instead users who are confident with installing ROMs are suggested to download and install it manually after going through a few, simple steps. These are the steps we will be guiding you through today, follow the guide after the jump!
Folks at XDA-Developers have managed to hack PlayStation 3 with Google Android phones. With this hack or let’s just refer it to as jailbreak, you’ll be able to create backups of your PS3 games. You’ll have to use Google to find other uses.
If you have ever owned or use an HTC phone like HTC HD2 or HTC Desire with HTC Sense, you will know how great a job HTC has done in tightly integrating the phone with social networks like Facebook and Twitter. This is something that iPhone users have been missing even with three major iterations of the OS. But with iPhone OS 4, Apple is likely to change this all.
The two new Android phone – HTC Desire and HTC Legend have been rooted for full file system access on Android 2.1. Paul at Modaco forums has confirmed to have got full su (root) access on the said devices, and is currently going through final release mechanics before he makes it public for everyone to use.
Ever wished to have got the new beautiful Sense experience from HTC Desire on your Motorola Droid? Droid, which ships with Android 2.0 has got the plain and simple interface which comes as stock from Android 2.0 OS. But now thanks to folks over at AllDroid, you will now soon be able to get the attractive looking HTC Sense right on your Motorola Droid phone.
Paul at Modaco forums has finally released a very alpha version of the HTC Desire ROM with HTC Sense for Nexus One that we posted about a few days ago. The ROM also packs Flash 10.1 for Android along with lots of widgets for the HTC Sense experience. There are some bugs and glitches here and there but since its an alpha ROM, these can be expected. Here is how it looks like running on Nexus One.